There are 2 main definitions of pitchy in English:

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pitchy 1

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɪtʃi/

adjective (pitchier, pitchiest)

Like or as dark as pitch.
Example sentences
  • Crystals are probably at least partially metamict and can be recognized by their high specific gravity, pitchy luster, and black color.
  • More often than not they're long wooden buildings, creosoted to a pitchy blackness and with white-painted windows.
  • Drawing has been rudely incised and rubbed with pitchy graphite, which collects in the scars of the engraved surface.

Words that rhyme with pitchy

bitchy, itchy, kitschy, Richie, titchy, twitchy

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There are 2 main definitions of pitchy in English:

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pitchy 2 Syllabification: pitch·y
Pronunciation: /ˈpiCHē/

Entry from US English dictionary

adjective (pitchier, pitchiest)

informal
Off-pitch; out of tune: pitchy vocals
More example sentences
  • First half of it was definitely really pitchy for you.
  • His voice screamed inside of her head louder and more pitchy than before.
  • I always found her to be nasally and pitchy, but I'm not a big fan of the country twang to begin with.

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